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Off-Road Section

 

 

I gifn recent years the mountain bike has been at the fore front of cycling development. Not only in frame designs incorporating such things as suspension, but also in component advancement such as disc brakes, also innovative products for both bike and rider to enhance the cycling experience.

The National Cycle Collection proudly displays a Raleigh M-Trax 450 Elite Off-Road Bicycle as ridden by Barrie Clarke when he won the National Mountain Bike Championship in 1996.

The Off-Road Section also contains exhibits such as the American Cannondale along side early models including BMX, Grifters and hybrids, together with such machines as Raleigh 21 speed Cro-Mo I Max, M-Trax 250, Trail Pioneer 4000, 24 Speed Cro-Mo III Max and Raleigh Maverick.

Together with the exhibits in the Children's Off-Road section make these displays worthy of your personal inspection.

Raleigh M-Trax 450 Elite
Barrie Clarke's Raleigh M-Trax 450 Elite
1996 National Mountain Bike Champion
Page updated 28.02.2010